Scuba Diving with Maple Leaf Scuba while on Cozumel was a fantastic experience. The dive instructors and dive masters are professional, friendly, focused on safety first while creating a very relaxed environment. Thanks Vanessa, Louise, Ivana, Jill and Glenda! I started with the PADI refresher scuba diving course then went on to do six more fun dives, which were so fun! The coral reef is healthy and beautiful and I saw everything from sea slugs to nurse sharks! So many turtles, rays, barracuda, puffer fish, moray eels. I learnt to dive in current just by being in the water with them and they were great at pointing out sea life and being very patient so I could take videos with my new camera. The dive boats are well equipped with helpful staff who provide water, fruit and other treats during surface intervals. The ladies at the shop also arranged a whale shark tour for me out of Cancun that I’ve been wanting to do for years. I actually named my trip here ‘Operation Whale Shark’. I was not disappointed. There were at least 15 whale sharks and even more Giant Manta Rays and they were not shy. There were a few times myself and others on the trip had to back up to avoid touching them. One of the top 5 experiences in my life! The island is beautiful and the instructors at Maple Leaf Scuba were also very helpful in providing tips on the best places to go when I wasn’t diving. Much appreciated. This shop is by far the best dive shop on Cozumel and maybe all of México in my opinion. Scuba diver life!!
The Apo Reef: A pristine reef with rich life, located in the west of occidental Mindoro (Philippines), at the northern tip of the coral triangle. Don't confuse Apo Island with the identically named island in Negros oriental. Read Full Article
With so many coastlines, the Dominican Republic has a ton of dive sites. Shallow reefs provide excellent areas for beginner divers and wall dives, wreck dives, and even cave dives are there for the advanced diver to explore. Read Full Article
The Bahamas is made up of over 3,000 islands, islets and cays, and 180,000 square miles of ocean space. Most of the tourism and traffic in and out of the Bahamas takes place around its larger islands, residing in the northeastern part of the island nation. Read Full Article
Diving in the Cayman Islands is among the best in the world! Living here, you sometimes take the excellent conditions for granted: excellent wall diving, superb shore exploration, visibility that can reach 30 meters/100 feet, colorful reefs, and a dive infrastructure that will take all stress away. Read Full Article